Competition: Win £1,000 in Ann Summers Erotic Writing Competition

BlueMondaysFancy yourself as the next erotic writing superstar? Put yourself on the map with Ann Summers first ever Erotic Fiction Writing Competition and you could win £1,000 cash and toys. Find out how your turn-ons could turn into a cash prize and inspire millions of Ann Summers fans.

THE PRIZES

There’s a £1,000 cash prize in it for the overall winner and £500 each for two runners up – plus Ann Summers goodies to make some of your bedroom fantasies a reality. All three winners should see their profile soar after their story is shared with millions of visitors to the Ann Summers website.

HOW TO ENTER

Ann Summers’ aim to make women feel sexy, fearless and confident. They want to hear what happens when women take charge. That’s the theme for the story – When Women Take Charge – where you take it is is up to you. All genders and sexualities are welcome to enter.

Whether you’re inspired by imagination alone or personal experiences, put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard and write us a steamy story of 750 – 1,000 words by 23 January 2015.

Get started with expert advice and inspiration below and enter at the Ann Summers website.:

The competition ends 23rd January 2015 and the winner will be announced on 30th January 2015.

THE JUDGES

Ann Summers CEO, Jacqueline Gold, is often referred to as the woman who brought sex to the British high street. Jacqueline champions women in business through her Women on Wednesday (#WOW) Twitter campaign. Emma Sayle made her name launching elite adult party brand Killing Kittens and published her steamy memoir Behind the Mask in 2014. She’s founder of fearless sporting group the Sisterhood and juggles it all around a newborn. Author, journalist and sexpert, Emily Dubberley has written about sex for the biggest publications around, including Cosmopolitan, The Guardian and Men’s Health. Emily launched sex site Cliterati.co.uk in 2001 and has founded erotic magazines including Scarlet. With a staggering 29 books under her belt, she spent 20 years researching female sexual fantasy for Garden of Desires: The Evolution of Women’s Sexual Fantasies (Black Lace), and released her first erotic novel, Blue Mondays: the Complete Series, in 2014.

 

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  • Elizabeth. commented on January 11, 2015 at 01:48

    I remember an article about Killing Kittens in the now defunct Easy Living magazine in the Passion section. This was a while ago so i appreciate my memory may be a little hazy but the impression i got was the only women welcome at her parties (and others going by the recent Channel 4 doc Sex Party Secrets) had/have to be under a size 12 and under 40. I struggle to see how thats liberating for women when its no better than the attitude in celebrity magazines. Im certainly getting the impression that older women over a certain dress size are seen as lesser in both worlds. And patriarchy seems to loom large in both too.

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